In January 2015 Spain saw the lowest number of unemployment benefit claims for the month since 2007.
This, along with the modest growth of Spain’s GDP over the past three months, is fueling cautious optimism in the recruitment sector.
Employment classifieds are looking for ways to increase their reach and relevance via multiple channels, including social media.
Use of social media channels in recruitment increased by 12 percent in 2014 according to a joint study by Infoempleo.com (part of Vocent media group) and multinational consulting company Adecco.
InfoEmpleo is holding a conference to announce the detailed results of this – its third – annual study on the use of social media in recruitment.
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